The true Ark of Covenant is evil!

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Speak to the people of Israel
And let them make me a Sanctuary
that I may dwell in their midst.
According to all that I show you
concerning the pattern of the tabernacle
,
and of all its furniture, so you shall make it.
The biblical narrative Old Testament, Exodus 25

And Moses said to the people of Israel

See, the Master has called by name
Bez´alel, the son of Uri, son of Hur, of the tribe of Judah
and
Oho´liab, the son of Ahis´amach, of the tribe of Dan

and has filled them with the
Spirit of God
and with ability, and with intelligence, with knowledge,
and with all craftsmanship, to devise artistic designs,
to work in gold…
in every skilled craft…to do any work in the construction of the sanctuary.
The biblical narrative, Old Testament, Exodus 35 and 36

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The Master said to Moses

“The poles shall remain in the rings of the ark
they shall not be taken from it.”

And you shall put into the ark
the testimony which I shall give you.anubpyr3

This is a pyramidion – top of a Pyramid.

The Hieroglyphs above aNUBIS correctly read:
aNEBES VARTI = “The Gates of Heaven”
The Hieroglyphs around aNUBIS correctly read
ARAJINA SHKIp-RiTA = “The Box (Coffin) of Orion”
ARON HABERIT

THE MERCY SEAT

OF THE TABERNACLE

Ark is a boat

Discovered in the Antechamber
Of the tomb of TUT-ankh-amun

The Master said to Moses
Then you shall make a mercy seat of pure gold;
two cubits and a half shall be its length,
and a cubit and a half its breadth.*
And you shall make two cherubim of gold;
of hammered work shall you make them,
on the two ends of the mercy seat.

Make one cherub on the one end,
and one cherub on the other end;
of one piece with the mercy seat shall you
make the cherubim on its two ends…

And you shall put the mercy seat
on the top of the ark;

and in the ark you shall put
the testimony that I shall give you.

The Table of the Tabernacle

mercyst4 alrge image[An “ark” is a ship, so that the actual original “ark” of the covenant
is the ship under the mercy seat, together with the table beneath it,
originally containing the tablets of Moses and the Ten Commandments.
The “ark” of legend carried into battle is the “table” with Anubis on it
later containing the two ivory tablets of Moses found in King Tut’s tomb.
(They are blank – so they were never redone after initial destruction.)

“And you shall make a table of acacia wood; two cubits
shall be its length, a cubit its breadth, and a cubit and a half
its height. You shall overlay it with pure gold, and make a
molding of gold around it. And you shall make around
it a frame a handbreadth wide, and a molding of gold
around the frame.”

“And you shall make for it four rings of gold,
and fasten the rings to the four corners at its four legs.
Close to the frame the rings shall lie, as holders for the
poles to carry the table.”

“You shall make the poles of acacia wood, and overlay
them with gold. and the table shall be carried with these.
And you shall make its plates aud dishes for incense,
and its flagons and bowls with which to pour libations:
of pure gold you shall make them. And you shall set the
bread of the Presence on the table before me always.”

THE CUBIT USED TO CONSTRUCT
THE TABERNACLE

The “Biblical cubit” reported in making the Ark,
the Tabernacle and its furnishings was only HALF
of the royal Pharaonic cubit of about 21 inches:
so an error in Biblical translation or historical transfer
has occurred, confusing the cubit with the term
for half-a-cubit (a span).

When half-a-cubit is used, most of the measurements fit.
For example, The Mercy Seat is about 65-70 cm, or
26-28 inches long (it depends on whether you measure
above or below). Since the Bible reports the Mercy Seat
to be 2 1/2 “cubits” long this fits to a (half-a-) cubit,
i.e. a span of about 10 – 11 inches. That measures
were confused in Bible translation has been noted by others.

The Consecrated Parts
of Aaron
In the Tabernacle of the Master

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The Consecrated Parts of Aaron, as told to us by the
Copper Scroll
were kept inside this shrine (above).
They were inside this shrine in 4 Canopic Jars
used to hold the vital organs taken out before mummification.
When the lid is taken off the shrine above, we see as below:

The 4  sons of Aaron

The Consecrated Parts of Aaron
are watched over by the 4 Biblical “Sons of Aaron”
each within the Canopic Jars above as a mini-casket (sarcophag)
each of which looks like this (4 of these were inside the above shrine).

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These four Sons of Aaron are:
– in correct order –
Nadab, Abihu, Eleasar and Itamar

who the Egyptologists call, respectively,
Dua-mutef, Hapi, Kebeh-senuef, and Amset

which are mistranscriptions
(Mu-tef = Na-dab, Hapi = Abihu, Kebeh-Senuef = Elea-Sar,
and Amset is reversed, ie. et-Ams = Ita-mar).

THE LAMPSTAND
OF THE TABERNACLE OF THE Master
For the Lamps of Eternal Light

Found in Tutankhamun lamp of eternal light

Discovered in the Antechamber
Of the tomb of TUT-ankh-amun

The Master said to Moses

“And you shall make a lamp-stand of pure gold.
The base and the shaft of the lampstand
shall be made of hammered work;
its cups. its capitals and its flowers
shall be of one piece with it;
and there shall be six branches going out of its sides,
three branches of the lampstand cut of one side of it
and three branches of the lampstand
out of the other side of it;
three made like almonds, each with capital and flower,
on one branch,
and three cups made like almonds,
each with capital and flower, on the other branch
– so for the six branches
going out of the lampstand;
and on the lampstand itself
four cups made like almonds…”

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Count in the Lampstand above

SIX Branches but only FOUR FLOWERS

Count the flowers and stems carefully and compare Exodus.

Surely there is not
in the whole ancient world another Lampstand such as this one
fitting the description in Exodus of the Lampstand of the Tabernacle.

The Biblical mistranslation of “almond” instead of “lily” comes from confusion of
Indo-European (e.g. Latvian, Lithuanian) gile, jile “almond, Mandel” with lilija “lily”.

The Tabernacle
of the Master
The Outer Shrine – Shrine 1

shrine1

Shrine I of Tutankhamun’s tomb is 2.7 meters high,
including the top above the frames.
The same measuring stick (a span = half-a-cubit)
applies here as to the Mercy Seat.
The dimensions of Shrine I correspond as follows
to the dimensions given in the Bible
for the Tabernacle of the Lord.

If a full cubit were meant in the Bible, the Tabernacle
would be 5.4 meters high.

The ratio of width to length
of Shrine I of the Tabernacle is  1 to 1.5
(i.e. 3.3 meters to 5 meters).

Given the breadth of the frames as 1 “cubit” and a half,
this means that 10 and not 20 frames
made a side, and six frames made the end,
whereas 8 frames made up the doors to the front.

(This can be seen in subsequent pictures of Tut’s Shrine).

The 5 bars across the frames to all sides will also be seen.

The Tabernacle
of the Master
The 1st Inner Shrine – Shrine 2

shrine2

Inside the outer shrine and draped over the second shrine
was a framework of wood
holding up an enormous dark linen pall (spread),
sewn with thousands of bronze star-rosettes,
the effect of which resembled the night sky.
This is also described in the Bible..
The pall was in fragile condition, the fabric
having been torn from its attachments over the ages
by the weight of the ornaments.

Between the first and second shrines were also found
various ceremonial objects, wrapped in linen.
Among these were two staves,
one each of gold and silver,
with figures of the young king.

The staves suggest figures carried by priests
and officials of state.

The Tabernacle
of the Master
The 2nd Inner Shrine – Shrine 3

shrine3

This is Shrine III of Tutankhamun’s tomb.
.
For more information, recommended readings are:

a) Tutanchamun, M.V. Seton-Williams
and Kamal El Mallakh, Krüger Verlag, Frankfurt
b) Tutankhamun: His Tomb and its Treasures
Metropolitan Museum of Art, Alfred Knopf, 1976
d) Tutanchamun, Berlin, Ägyptisches Museum, 1980
e) Ägypten, Alberto Siliotti, Karl Müller Verlag, Erlangen
f) The Shrines of Tut-Ankh-Amon, Alexandre Piankoff,
Bollingen Series XL.2, Princeton University Press, 1977

used as the basis for these pictures of the shrine.

The Tabernacle
of the Master
The Innermost Shrine – Shrine 4

shrine4

Shrine IV – the Inner Shrine – of Tutankhamun’s tomb
is dedicated to Per-Nu, the Holy of the North.

The Journey of Resurrection begins at the inner Shrine
“the House of the Flame”.

For more information, recommended readings are:

a) Tutanchamun, M.V. Seton-Williams
and Kamal El Mallakh, Krüger Verlag, Frankfurt
b) Tutankhamun: His Tomb and its Treasures
Metropolitan Museum of Art, Alfred Knopf, 1976
d) Tutanchamun, Berlin, Ägyptisches Museum, 1980
e) Ägypten, Alberto Siliotti, Karl Müller Verlag, Erlangen
f) The Shrines of Tut-Ankh-Amon, Alexandre Piankoff,
Bollingen Series XL.2, Princeton University Press, 1977

used as the basis for these pictures of the shrine.

This info and lots more is on this site.

http://www.lexiline.com/lexiline/lexi30.htm

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